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Once upon a time, there was a little guy who needed a home. He was waiting over at The Humane Society of Boulder Valley for just the right someone.
He just had his surgery the day before, but he was up on the web site so things were looking good. Moe spotted him online – she had been looking for just the right little personality to get along with Spencer, another pup she adopted earlier this year.
It must have been love at first sight. They saw eye to eye. Okay, enough worn out phrases. A photo is worth a thousand words, right?
He was just a few handfuls but has a ton of personality. There wasn’t a collar small enough, but he’ll be growing. A bit. He is probably a fox terrier mix of some sort.
“Hey, who are you?” he said to Spencer.
At first Spencer wasn’t all that interested. He figured there would be plenty of time. This was there first day together.
The little one was happy in Moe’s arms. We tossed around a few names, but nothing seemed quite right.
Curious and energetic. Small and white. Male. What’s a good name?
Did I say curious?
“Hey. Don’t push me, Moe. This big brown guy might be mean!” (Spencer is a dachshund mix. Not a big guy, but when you are that small everybody seems huge.)
Spencer had to set down some guidelines about “who was here first.” Oh what big teeth you have.
But with a touch of the nose, the friendship was sealed.
There’s plenty of love for everyone.
And now a new someone for playing.
“Is he gonna like all of my toys?”
Moe did a little reassuring for Spencer.
The little guy let his hair down.
Took another look around.
Then, he said “I think I will stay.”
“And by the way, my name is Chase.”
here’s a litlle giggle on a friday. this will not be used as a business portraitt for steve, but it could be a fun for his kids. do you like to have fun with these animated gif?
but really, when isn’t he? it’s been a hot summer and i can’t imagine wearing a fur coat in 90+ degree weather.
yesterday i caught him napping on our brand-new-to-us mid-century modern chair. looks like it passed the comfort test.
i think he was a happy kitty.
Emma was our youngest makeover winner. Her goal was singular; she wanted to look older. We admit, we don’t hear that very often. However, Emma is launching her new career coaching business where she does most of her business over the phone. She needed a photo to communicate her poise and maturity. And this wasn’t it.
Here’s where we took Emma.
She was thrilled with the more mature look of her new portraits and will be using them to promote her business. Thanks Emma!
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Here is a bit more about Emma:
As an ICF Certified Career Coach and Founder of Bliss Career Coaching, Emma Reuss is dedicated to helping smart, progressive people design and do their ideal work. A serious believer in fun on the job, Emma has been paid to salsa dance in Mexico, organize rain forest conservation projects, sail through the Caribbean, lead treks into volcanic craters, create a literacy project for Nicaraguan kids, photograph the remains of ancient human sacrifices, guide night SCUBA dives and teach traditional medicine in the jungle. Believing that joyful people have more to give the world, she specializes in helping socially conscious and entrepreneurial people get paid to play.
Joshua, a massage therapist and bodywork practitioner, requested a photo to aid in promoting his business. He was interested in communicating his gentle nature, but also his healing energy. Did we succeed?